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Category Archives: How I’d Vote

A selection of federal parliamentary bills, and how I would vote if elected MP, with my reasons.

C-26—Citizen’s Arrest and Self-defence Act

Summary: Bill C-26 strengthens provisions allowing for Canadians to use self-defence to protect themselves, others, and their property. Decision: Christin Milloy would vote YEA on C-26. (41st Parliament, 1st Session) Explanation: Bill C-26 was sponsored by Conservative MP Robert Goguen. The bill at the time of this writing has already completed its readings in the House and has also passed […]

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C-309—Preventing Persons from Concealing Their Identity during Riots and Unlawful Assemblies Act

Summary: Bill C-309 seeks to place limits on how we can and cannot express while exercising our freedoms of assembly and association. Decision: Christin Milloy would vote NAY on C-309. (41st Parliament, 1st Session) Explanation: If you show up at some protest in a mask, I might think you’re a hooligan. Then again, I might very well be the […]

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C-10—Safe Streets and Communities Act

Summary: Bill C-10 is the wasteful, dangerous and costly “omnibus crime bill,” introduced by the Conservatives. Decision: Christin Milloy would vote NAY on C-10. (41st Parliament, 1st Session) Explanation: C-10 is a monster amalgamation of 9 separate bills, mostly old bills which the Conservatives were unable to pass in the previous minority parliament. Simply put, this bill is an […]

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C-279—An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code (gender identity and gender expression)

Summary: Bill C-279 seeks to add protections to the Canadian Human Rights Act for “Gender Identity” and “Gender Expression,” and into the Criminal Code to prosecute crimes motivated by transphobia as hate crimes. Decision: Christin Milloy would vote YES on C-279. (41st Parliament, 1st Session) Explanation: Some fundamental Libertarians take a steadfast position against Human Rights legislation of all […]

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C-11—An Act to amend the Copyright Act

Summary: Bill C-11 seeks to “modernize” Canada’s copyright act. Decision: Christin Milloy would vote NAY on C-11. (41st Parliament, 1st Session) Explanation: This bill does nothing but install limitations and restrictions on how Canadians use the Internet, and media which they’ve purchased and own. C-11 has provisions which could destroy the remix culture, limit free expression in other ways, and […]

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C-304—An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act (protecting freedom)

Summary: Bill C-304 seeks to repeal sections 13 and 54 of the Canadian Human Rights Act. Decision: Christin Milloy would vote YEA on C-304. (41st Parliament, 1st Session) Explanation: The Canadian Human Rights Act (“the Act”) protects equal opportunities for individuals who might otherwise become victims of discriminatory practices, based on a set prohibited grounds such as gender, disability, or religion. […]

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